Gut Renovation: Gramercy Capital, a New York-based commercial-property investment and asset-management firm, came to Odgis + Co. in search of a fresh look. Under new management, the company was becoming Gramercy Property Trust, a name more reflective of its core business.
Because when it's done right, it's priceless.
By Janet Odgis
But I believe that in one area, perhaps more than any other, superior service and talent is always worth the extra investment.
I'm talking about Design.
"I was inspired and deeply moved, along with the students, by your articulate expression of your passion and commitment. Thank you again for sharing your outstanding work and your passion for your work and inspiring a new class of 2DD students."
-Margaret Morton, Professor, School of Art, The Cooper Union
Janet Odgis speaking at Cooper Union on November 14, about how Yale Grad School Projects inspired professional work at Odgis + Co.
We attended REVITALIZING CORPORATE JAPAN: A PRESCRIPTION FOR GROWTH panel discussion at the Japan Society to review the recent publication developed by PwC and designed by Odgis + Co. In photo Banu Berker, Janet Odgis, Larry Greenberg and Emily Church.
Poison pills? Clawbacks? Corporate governance has a language unto itself. Sometimes, it can also be a topic that is very difficult to explain. But with the right design, a complicated topic can become a compelling, thought-provoking story. There have been profound shifts in corporate governance and compensation over the last year, and Odgis + Co.
Rolex held its Mentor and Protege Arts Initiative Gala last night at Lincoln Center. The event pairs extraordinary, rising artists from around the world with great masters for a year of creative collaboration in a one-to-one mentoring relationship. Past mentors include director Martin Scorsese and Tony-award winning director Julie Thaymor.